Miscellany: Wyngarden

Near Zeeland, Mich. Gerrit Wyngarden was struck in the eye by a stray bullet while hunting. He went to Ann Arbor for treatment, found he might lose the sight of both eyes. Then he was stricken with appendicitis, underwent an emergency appendectomy. Then, while Gerrit Wyngarden was recovering, his wife was brought to bed of a child, died. Next day his chicken hatchery, sole means of subsistence, burned to the ground.


In Demarest, N. J. Mrs. Claire Polk, elderly relict of Nathaniel Polk, who was reputed to be a grandson of President...

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